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Downtown Crime Watch

Written by Our Town Downtown on . Posted in Breaking News, Crime Watch Our Town Downtown, Our Town Downtown

CrimeBlotter_Illus_02_02_12 $40k rock goes missing While most of us like to don jewelry that has some sentimental value, like a wedding band, graduation bracelet or necklace to remember a friendship, when the item surpasses the cost of an average monthtly mortgage payment, it is perhaps best to leave it at home. A 29-year-old woman went into [&hellip
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Let There Be Light

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Flatiron gem boasts the best of the old and the new | By Marissa Maier For some buyers, the words “apartment in an historic building” might conjure up images of squat rooms with slim windows overlooking nearby buildings. An open, bright abode in a 1910 cast-iron building at 901 Broadway in the Flatiron District bucks [&hellip
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Downtown Crime Watch

Written by Marissa Maier on . Posted in Breaking News, Crime Watch Our Town Downtown, Our Town Downtown

crime2 Strange Coincidence The moral of this incident might read: Don’t leave your bag unattended—even in a bar. A 27-year-old woman went to a bar on Mercer Street Thursday, Jan. 12, and was rudely reminded of this lesson. She left her bag, containing a laptop, among other items, underneath the bar, say police. An unusual-acting man [&hellip
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Neighborhood Chatter

Written by NY Press on . Posted in News Our Town Downtown

125th ANNIVERSARY OF UNIVERSITY SETTLEMENT Last Thursday, Jan. 19, Council Member Margaret Chin, along with Michel Zisser, executive director of University Settlement and members of Community Board 3, celebrated the 125th anniversary of University Settlement with an honorary street naming. The group installed a street sign in honor of the settlement house, which provides everything [&hellip
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